How many users have full administrator access to your Windows network? In a post-Snowden world, we need a new way to grant permissions. The new principles of network configuration are Just-in Time (JIT) and Just Enough Administration (JEA): giving users the necessary rights and privileges to do their jobs, but limiting their power to only what they need. Obviously creating groups and policies to execute this kind of fine-grained control would be burdensome. The JEA toolkit promises a much easier way to accomplish this. JEA is a PowerShell toolkit that creates special sessions to grant User Accounts "run-as-administrator" permissions on commands, properties and settings they need to manage network resources. In this Play by Play, PowerShell creator and Microsoft Distinguished Engineer, Jeffrey Snover, shows off the features of the JEA remote access architecture.